Sonic Forces Review

At the end of the day, I can’t recommend Sonic Forces unless you’re a fan whose learned to look past the shortcomings of these games – especially when Sonic Mania is so good at half the price. I can see what Team Sonic was aiming […]

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Fire Emblem Warriors is a niche title, so it’s definitely not going to be for everyone. I can only really recommend it to Fire Emblem fans, and even then, only those fans who enjoy this type of game. Nevertheless, it does successfully pull together many […]

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Destiny 2 Review

Destiny 2 serves as a shining example of developers listening to player feedback. While the story is simple, it’s well-told with a cinematic immersion that’s unrivalled by other first-person shooters in recent memory. You almost always feel like your time isn’t wasted as you’re consistently […]

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As a dedicated Metroid fan, it makes me so happy to praise this game for what it is. Samus Returns is a faithful reimagining that isn’t afraid to step out of its comfort zone for the sake of innovation, and it succeeds all the more […]

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The original Life is Strange is admittedly a series I played quite late. I was never pulled towards it when it came out despite all the positive press and my undying love for Telltale-style games. It wasn’t until last year I finally sat down, played […]

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Matterfall Review

It’s hard to say whether or not Matterfall is another definitive win for Housemarque. It’s a concept that’s executed so well, and it perfectly encapsulates what makes this cathartic arcade genre so fun. At the same time, however, it fails to live up to titles […]

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It’s been almost ten years and a full console generation since the last instalment of Metroid Prime, so it probably comes as no surprise that the announcement of Metroid Prime 4 at E3 this year was a big deal for a lot of longtime fans […]

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Nex Machina Review

Nex Machina is undoubtedly another win for Housemarque. They prove yet again that they are the kings of the arcade shoot ’em up genre, with gratifying gameplay, fair challnge, beautiful visuals, and a fantastic soundtrack that couldn’t fit the concept of the game more. The […]

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ARMS Review

As a first real foray into mechanically deep fighting games for Nintendo, ARMS is a wonderfully unique and enjoyable fighting game. It might be hard to grasp the controls and mechanics at first, but once you come around to them, the game has a lot […]

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WipEout Omega Collection is an excellent starting point for newcomers to the franchise that also caters for longtime series fans at the same time. The wealth of content to be found in this package, coupled with the excellently handled racing, soundtrack, and presentation leave Wipeout […]

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